Charles Blondin gained acrobat fame as a funambulist (rope walker) on this date in 1859 when he became the first person to walk across Niagara … more
A patent for the invention called the Sholes & Glidden “type-writer” was granted on this date in 1868 marking the first use of the QWERTY … more
Born Arthur Stanley Jefferson, on this date in 1890, Stanley “Stan” Laurel, was an English comedian, writer, film director, and better known as Laurel teamed … more
If you miss the Saturday concert, or want to enjoy the music again, tune in to KRNN on Sunday afternoon at 3 for a live broadcast of the concert.
The small Czech village of Lidice was brutally burned and buried as the village men, women, and children were separated and sent to prison death … more
The Olympic swimming champion Johnny Weissmuller, who went on to fame as Tarzan of the Jungle in the movies, was born on this date in … more
The actor James Arness, best known for his portrayal of the stalwart Marshal Matt Dillon on the television series “Gunsmoke”, was born on this date … more
Gavin and Wyatt ponder Magellan’s idea of a globe with his ship at the dock while John gathers music to inspire a “circle around” rather than an “over the edge” journey.
Tuesday night the festival transformed a South Franklin pub into a full on jazz club during an evening jam hosted by the Anton Schwartz Quartet.
Gavin and Wyatt dream about taking a small nap with their esteemed lady as John decides about producing a radio show for this elegant woman.